Tips for inserting leaves of Echeveria Simonoasa

Written by Maggie

Jan 08 2021

Tips for inserting leaves of Echeveria Simonoasa

In every leaf cutting process of Echeveria Simonoasa , the best time is in spring and autumn season, when the survival rate of is high. And we also need to gather the leaves from the plant, and need to spray wound carbendazim. Use the peat soil, river sand, perlite, ashes material such as mixed matrix, insert the handle good blade tile soil, patiently waiting for the blade root detonation basin.

Echeveria Simonoasa

1. Leaf insertion time of Echeveria Simonoasa

Echeveria Simonoasa has a variety of propagation methods. In general, leaves can be taken for leaf insertion and propagation, but do not blindly choose the time for leaf insertion. Generally, the survival rate of leaf insertion is higher in spring and autumn.

2. Echeveria Simonoasa Blade treatment 

First of all, the plants that have grown for more than two years should be selected and separated from the mother branches with sharp sterilized scissors. Then, the wounds should be sprayed with carbendazir. The leaves should be placed in a cool place to dry for a day so that the wounds can be inserted gradually.

Echeveria Simonoasa

3. Configure the matrix for Echeveria Simonoasa

Every time the leaves of the Echeveria Simonoasa are inserted and propagated, the plants need to be equipped with new basin-soil. The leaves need to be inserted into loose basin-soil. In general, peat soil, river sand, perlite and ashes can be used as matrix, which can promote the rapid rooting of the leaves.

4. Planting management of Echeveria Simonoasa

After treating the leaves of the plant each time, it is necessary to spray water to the soil appropriately to make the soil moist. Then, the leaves should be tiled into the basin and the soil should be properly compacted. The leaves should be placed in a semi-overcast environment, and it is not appropriate to apply fertilizer to the soil.

Echeveria Simonoasa